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Female Brown Beret holding a banner with her right arm across her chest.

A member of the Brown Beret standing with a member of the Black Panther Party on steps in front of and leading up to the Alameda Courthouse, 1968.

Image of a group of Brown Berets at a protest

This image is of the first Chicano Moratorium protest, in East Los Angeles, on December 20, 1969. It was organized by the National Brown Beret Organization. It was advertised in Volume 1, Number 1 of the La Raza Magazine. People in the image include…

Image of Hilda Reyes a member of the Brown Berets

Section taken from La Causa newspaper on the Brown Berets Ten Point Program

Four Brown Berets leaders, Fred Lopez, David Sanchez, Carlos Montes and Ralph Ramirez in Los Angeles, Calif., 1968

A page from the Brown Berets newspaper, La Causa, on the Brown Berets free medical clinic.

La Causa Newspaper piece titled, "Palabras Para La Chicana" written by Gloria Arellanes

Image of female Brown Berets

Photo Strip of Gloria Arellanes wearing her Brown Beret.

Handwritten flyer for Las Adelitas de Aztlán.

Photograph of El Barrio Free Clinic poster.

Buttons and newspaper clippings from Gloria Arrellanes' papers at California State University, Los Angeles. Includes poem, La Causa patch, Chicano moratorium button, red Che button, and box clipping on the Poor Peoples March.

Arrellanes and All Women Resign.jpg
A letter of resignation from all the ex-members of the Brown Beret female segment to Aron Mangancilla, Minister of Education of the Brown Beret Organization.
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